One of the changes in Windows Vista was the easy way to remove the Recycle Bin from the desktop (simply right-click and delete)… unfortunately this sparked a new problem where unwitting users started deleting the Recycle Bin instead of Emptying it and were unable to figure out how to restore it.
Another great game from Armor Games and created by Marcel Stein. This game is basically a variation on tower defense games such as Desktop Tower Defense. In Antbuster you defend your picnic food from an ant hill full of plenty of ants ready to take away your food.
For all the fans of Pandora, the company has finally created a cool desktop application for us! Of course we still need an Internet connection for Pandora to work. Here we can take a look at the installation process and show some features pf the application. Keep in mind this project is still in beta and is available on Windows and Mac.
So you’ve picked out the parts you want, and put the computer together… so now we need to power it on and start setting things up. Sure, you could drop your install cd in the drive, but you’ll have better luck if you check a few BIOS settings and run some tests first, both of which we’ll cover here.
For regular readers of my blog, you know that I am almost fanatic about the audio players I use on my PC as is evident with my iTunes rant. I have covered several different players, and currently my player of choice is J River Media Jukebox. Today I am going to cover another audio player I have been trying out the past few weeks, COWAN America’s Jet Audio Player.
This article is part of Mysticgeek’s IT blog, a How-To Geek blog focused on IT geekery.
Creating a professional looking chart for Excel presentations is extremely easy in Excel 2007. Making charts is a more interesting way to present data than just going through the rows and columns on a spreadsheet.
If your RSS reader suddenly got bombarded with posts from 2006 about Ubuntu, you might have assumed that we had invented a machine that could teleport you backwards in time… but that was not the case. Turns out the latest community build of MySQL (the database server we use) is not compatible with older versions of WordPress (the software used for the site).